Well, I can't think of any /s/-loaded books off the top of my head, but have you considered having your phono group WRITE one? This would work on auditory discrim, vocab, and langauge in a phonology context. You could begin by having the students brainstorm /s/ words, then use them in sentences to develop a plot about a character with an /s/ name. If you have Boardmaker, you could use the symbols to illustrate it...or perhaps use a digital camera as the students act it out.
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